What are the types of Chinese Kung Fu
Chinese Kung Fu is divided into internal and external Kung Fu. Traditionally, Wudang is the main sect of Neijia, among which Taiji, Xingyi and Bagua are the three representatives of Neijia.
the internal boxing moves implicitly, pays attention to overcoming hardness with softness and braking with stillness, and pays attention to internal and external cultivation.
foreigners are divided into North and South schools. The representative of the northern faction is Changquan, including five portals of Tan, Cha, Hua, Hong and Pao and multiple factions.
the southern faction is distributed in the south of the Yangtze River, of which Fujian and Guangdong are the most famous. The southern style boxing moves in a relaxed manner, emphasizing the use of hardness over softness.